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. don't look now but five days out ahead of the elections the issues the white house wanted to keep a lid on it might have blown up in its face. to the effort mentioned jennifer griffin on what this means and what now. >> i have seen some e-mail traffic suggesting the great frustration of senior count counterterrorism claim it was counterterrorism security group was not called. investor chris stevens was missing for nearly six hours. they did not know where the investor was or whether it was a hostage situation for more than six hours and they still decided the top levels of the obama administration not to activate counterterrorism group. this group normally coordinates interagency response to the terror attack against u.s. interests overseas. the decision was also made by the secretary of state and others not to deploy a foreign emergency support team which is an interagency rapid response unit composed of elements from the state department and others to help facilitate a response to terror attacks against the u.s. overseas. some officials suggest a team deployment of certain allo
more remorse. i have always underestimated them. when we come back, election day fallout, 20 states are involved, that could have a power outage affecting millions of people who might not be over this a week from now when we vote. what do you do? what do you do? 0t[h7 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different chart. going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. neil: i'm going to defer to my historian expert. 20 states have varying degrees of damage and power outages that could still last through election day, appreciably making it -- potentially making it next to inpossible for americans to go out and vote. author and historian douglas brinkley on that. you are going to have a lot o
mo remorse. i have always underestimated them. when we come back, election day fallout, 20 states are involved, that could have a power outage affecting millions of people who might not be over this a week from now when we vote. what do you do? what do you do? neil: i'm going to defer to my historian expert. 20 states have varying degrees of damage and power outages that could still last through election day, appreciably making it -- potentially making it next to inpossible for americans to go out and vote. author and historian douglas brinkley on that. you are going to have a lot of people in that pickle next week. we can't, i guess, willy-nilly extent election day beyond a federal court order, but what happens? >> well, neil, one of reasons we have a electoral college, every once in a while people debate. but in this case, this one state has to you know have a group of people that are not able to vote, it will be a littleit easier to tabulate a small portion of the state. imagine if we did a national recount. so in a lot of ways bad weather like this reinforces leak we s why we
in these next days before the presidential election to balance of that very delicate line between just being political and being caring, not the ps/2. it's always a juxtaposition for the challenger. on the same day the president of the united states was touring the garden state with no less than chris christie, a lot of political mechanician is read into that one. as a new jersey resident, you take it wherever you can. earlier today, if you are chris christie looking for financial health, gorman and his job was offering id you ticket and run with it. today the two men during damaged areas. so many of the places that made new jersey one of the cost is clean of states in the country. now, back to florida and this race and how things stand. i want to bring you up-to-date on the latest poll. these are some shockers. we have always told you. my body with and we will be hearing shortly, it is as tight as a tape. is pretty much confirms it. 46-46. that is called a tie. now take a look at the approval and disapproval this is getting on the president and how he's doing on the economy. 45 percent are
, neil, the positives. >> the real problem is -- >> however many days before the election. neil: adam, i love you dearly, but i don't remember you focusing on the positives with george bush being president, but i'm getting old. >> i don't remember either. >> the economy's 2%, and even if you want to paint it, it would take us eight or nine years to be back to the employment weather during the highs of the last administration. to get to 4%, it takes that long to get all the jobs back. people can't wait that long. >> if it never moves from this level -- kneeling kneel it's been -- neil: it's been a long time. i mean, we shouldn't -- averaging it out, an if this is the new normal, you know, less than normal, and this is as good as it gets, maybe for good awhile as it gets, i can understand why companies sort of, you know, pu their horns in. >> yeah, the new normal, neil, les celebrate mediocrity. in the united states? neil: care. , i built a college career on that. >> so did i. that gets you through, but i want more of what adam is smoking in california, neil. he's talking about housing sho
. what about this idea in this region without power through election agreement with video? >> this election -- we could >> you the thing that is going to be there? >> now. i have never seen one like├ęt: t state by ateo that's correct. neil: then it comes to getting your people out. >> but we have to have a and electoral college. the problem is the president obama and the democrats. except for virginia, all of these states are theirs. except for maybe pennsylvania, which i do believe is in serious play. >> so these latest numbers -- what you make of these numbers? >> they are very real. you can't have the movement attacked nationally. and not have it influence other parts. this notion that all states, that no one else matters except for the seven states, it has been imposed fantasy. the fact of the matter is that the states that have not gotten money or time i've actually moved faster. do you know why? because they haven't been poisoned. the map changes in 2008. nobody really thought that. romney needs to take advantage of this. neil: who suffers more in an environment lik
, it would bekin to my saying, election night coverage was perfect and istine and bar none, the best in town. we look forward to that, but you can't stop backslapping you are a long way from crisis. there is a big difference between putting a broadcast together and putting a rescue operation ogether. one that involves a myriad of agencies costing billions of dollars, addressing the storm that when all is said and done will be more than $50 billion. that is why we are calling mocrats and republicans on the carpet. there people hurting here, peop and long gas lines here, we will be showing a lot of that today. we will show you what it's like to fill up your car in the new york metropolitan area in any of the five boroughs. plan on five or six or 78 hours. that is why we were out in staten island. that is why we have helicopters out looking at us. because we just wanted to give you the skinny. with the officials are telling you is the case and what in what is actually the case on the ground. for the latest on that, a congressman who represents staten island. congressman, you are mad were mad as
this election. as the fed has said and as most independent economists say, we have some momentum behind the economy. you know my favorite industry, actually the reason that i am such a big fan of barack obama's the restructuring that he put in place was exactly the right thing. the europeans did not restructure their industry. $65.70%. neil: of baker it was originally sold. it finally went through that plants would be shattered. it would be really a painful bankruptcy, lbeitone backed up by the taxpayers. a lot of fks would not ave gone along with that. they didltimately, but the details, the troubles and painful details can later. >> one of the things you know, neil, you remember what it was like in january 2009. no one had any idea what was happening. all of us in the auto industry were looking at gm and chrysler. we sought to companies on the verge offailure that were going to take down the entire supplier industry. we also saw an industry that had to be restructured. bill ford is my hero. he fired in self. they put forward in a good place, so they did not have to be rescued. they la
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